Storytelling with data. Writing for the Professions. Welcome to the course.
It’s a particularly cool tool for working with dynamic data or information from a database and giving it life in a visual format through charts, graphs, and interactive data displays. Information visualization can be a powerful way to represent complex or otherwise inaccessible data. However, the learning curve for it is a little high, so I’ve never recommended it as an entry tool for this type of visualization. The Fallen of World War II. No one could see the colour blue until modern times.
This isn’t another story about that dress, or at least, not really.
It’s about the way that humans see the world, and how until we have a way to describe something, even something so fundamental as a colour, we may not even notice that it’s there. Until relatively recently in human history, “blue” didn’t exist. As the delightful Radiolab episode “Colours” describes, ancient languages didn’t have a word for blue — not Greek, not Chinese, not Japanese, not Hebrew. The Semiotics of “Rose Gold” - The New Yorker. The announcement, last week, that, with its new generation of iPhones, Apple would be offering a model that was “rose gold” in color made the news that it was meant to: “The internet has lost its damn mind about the new pink iPhone,” read Buzzfeed’s headline.
The phone, with its rubicund sheen, was instantly coveted. “I don’t care at all about whatever they are talking about. gimmie the pink phone,” tweeted Roxane Gay, the feminist author. UFC Fighter Ronda Rousey Has Physics-Based Superpowers. On August 1, Ronda Rousey defeated Bethe Corriea in a UFC bantamweight match in a scathing, fleeting 34 seconds.
But how awesome is Rousey, really? Was 34 Seconds Too Short? If you watched the Rousey-Corriea fight on pay per view, then you might think 34 seconds was too short. Everything Science Knows About Reading On Screens. Thanks to technology, we’re reading more than ever—our brains process thousands of words via text messages, email, games, social media, and web stories.
According to one report, the amount people that read tripled from 1980 to the late 2000s, and it’s probably safe to say that trend continues today. But as we jam more and more words into our heads, how we read those words has changed in a fundamental way: we’ve moved from paper to screens. It’s left many wondering what we’ve lost (or gained) in the shift, and a handful of scientists are trying to figure out the answer. Everything Science Knows About Reading On Screens. Everything Science Knows About Reading On Screens. Gallery · mbostock/d3 Wiki. Wiki ▸ Gallery Welcome to the D3 gallery!
More examples are available on bl.ocks.org/mbostock. If you want to share an example and don't have your own hosting, consider using Gist and bl.ocks.org. If you want to share or view live examples try runnable.com or vida.io. Visual Index Basic Charts Techniques, Interaction & Animation Maps Statistics Examples Collections The New York Times visualizations Jerome Cukier Jason Davies Jim Vallandingham Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation Peter Cook Charts and Chart Components Bar Chart Histogram Pareto Chart Line and Area Chart Pie Chart Scatterplot and Bubble chart Parallel Coordinates, Parallel sets and Sankey Sunburst and Partition layout Force Layout Tree Misc Trees and Graphs Chord Layout (Circular Network) Maps Misc Charts Miscellaneous visualizations Charts using the reusable API Useful snippets Tools Interoperability Online Editors Products Store Apps Presentation Next: A Windows 8 HTML5/SVG Presentation Builder Libraries Games Wish List.
What Killed The Infographic? A few years ago, the Internet was awash in groundbreaking data visualizations.
There was Aaron Koblin's deeply influential map of flight patterns around the U.S. Periscopic's exhaustive, haunting portrait of gun violence in the United States. Jer Thorp and John Underkoffler's Minority Report-like interface for exploring the galaxy. Eagereyes – Visualization and Visual Communication. Olia lialina cv. On the 22nd of April 2013 Olia Lialinabacked her first ever cake, for somebody very special.
Still fun to be a GIF But when retired I want to be a JPEG Tiled In the background of your profile Olia Lialina is a frequent Internet Cafe visitor bio: Born in Moscow. Net Artist, one of net.art pioneers. Iconic Logos Through The Years. Show Don't Tell - Creating Visually Useful Infographics For Your Audi… Create and share visual ideas online. Web.simmons.edu/~benoit/lis470/VisComm-F13.pdf. VisComm-F13.pdf.